Care for Hamsters in the Hamster Webshop

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Easily buy care products for your Hamster at DRD Knaagdierwinkel®, the online Hamster Webshop for your Hamster. For care products for your Hamster you have come to the right place in our Hamster webshop. You will find different types and mer here
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Buy care products for your Hamster easily and quickly at DRD Knaagdierwinkel® The Hamster Webshop for your Hamster!

For care products for your Hamster you have come to the right place in our Hamster webshop. Here you will find different types and brands of care products for an attractive price. Ordering is quick and easy in our Hamster webshop.

How should a hamster or dwarf hamster be cared for?

Caring for hamsters is generally quite simple. In terms of care, the skin, coat and nails are important to check regularly. The teeth always continue to grow, so hamsters need sufficient gnawing material to wear their teeth properly.

What does the coat care of a Hamster or Dwarf Hamster look like?

When it comes to coat care, a sandbox is recommended. The animals love to roll in the sand to clean their fur. The sand has an abrasive and degreasing effect. In summer it even provides a little cooling thanks to its degreasing properties.

NB! Never use shell sand in the sandbox. This sand is too sharp for the hamster's skin.

How should the nails of the Hamster and Dwarf Hamster be cared for?

Special nail scissors are available for the nails, but it is really fiddly work to cut the nails of hamsters. This often requires several hands. It is important to be careful not to cut the nail itself!

Preventing nails that are too long is even better! This can be done by placing sufficient rough surfaces in the enclosure. The terracotta houses are ideally suited, for example the bottom of the cooling stone is also very rough. Such houses and stones are best placed in a challenging position in the enclosure, for example diagonally against a plateau so that the animals have to climb over them. In addition, a wooden running wheel also helps to wear down the nails.

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